Water Heater Repair and Water Heater Replacement Orlando
Brands We Service
- Bosch Electric Tankless Water Heater
- Powerstar Tankless Water Heater
- Lp Tankless Water Heater
- American Standard Water Heaters
- Rheem / Rudd Water Heaters
These are just to name a few, we service pretty much every brand / type of Water Heaters.
Questions You Should Ask Our Competition
Do you use sub-contractors?
Here at Frank Gay Services we do NOT sub-out any work to sub-contractors. We have 100% of our work completed by our own employees, we employ electricians, HVAC contractors, and Plumbers. We keep the prices down for the homeowner by not using multiple different companies to complete a job.
How much man power do you have?
Here at Frank Gay Services we do NOT sub-out any work to sub-contractors. We have 100% of our work completed by our own employees, we employ electricians, HVAC contractors, and Plumbers.
What happens if a worker gets hurt on-site? Do you have Workers comp?
Competitors who don’t carry workers compensation put the homeowner in extreme danger. What happens if a worker breaks his leg on-site of a job and the contractor you hired did not carry workers compensation? Well now they will be looking at your homeowners insurance.
How much Insurance does the company have?
If you hire a company who destroys your home, and they only carry $500,000 in liability insurance and your home is worth $1 million, who is going to come up with the other $500,000 to repair the home? These type of events do happen and you want to go with a company who takes the proper precautions. We carry $3 million in property damage insurance.
Will they be in business years down the road to support their warranties?
You want to screen the companies you hire if you’re purchasing something with warranty. If the company goes out of business 1 year into their 4 year warranty then what will you be able to do? We have been in business for 4 decades and have been voted the #1 service business by Orlando residents.
Do they have 24 hour service?
We have over 100 vans on the road and 24 hour emergency service 365 days a year. Our fleet of vehicles are stationed all over and can be to your home within 1 hour.
Orlando Water Heater Repair Service
Expect professional service from a skilled plumber at Frank Gay Services in Orlando Florida. We offer repair for commercial tankless water heater and residential tankless water heater.
Our company offers water heater repair or water heater replacement services 24-hour a day. If you have an emergency, we can provide residential plumbing services or commercial plumbing services to get you at full operation right away. One of the most sought after services that we provide is hot water heater service. The reason is because people trust Frank Gay Services when it comes to water heater repair and replacement.
Water heater replacement is not an easy task; and it is definitely not a do it yourself task at home. Let a Frank Gay Services water heater expert help you determine which one is right for you and your budget. Our company will provide the full installation for you at an affordable price. Our plumbers can install most any type or brand of water heater, including a tankless water heater.
Water Heater Replacement & Install Service
What are some of the different types of water heaters?
- Conventional Water Heater
- Tankless Water Heater
- Hybrid Heat Pump Water Heater
“Love this company! They have saved us so many times !!! We had a foundation leak they were at my house within 1 hour. Put all new plumbing in my house and next day had someone fix all the holes. The latest thing they fixed for us was our AC, we called them at 9:45pm the service guy had other jobs he was at and came to our house by 11:45. Fixed the problem within 10mins ! Thank you so much Clifford Davis !! I would highly recommend this company. Never had any issues with them and the customer service is GREAT !! Thanks again Frank Gay !! You guys rock !!”
Water Heater Installs Orlando
At some point your hot water heater may stop producing hot water or you might hear a subtle rumbling noise coming from your garage. This seems to happen at the worst times like a holiday, or weekend when it happens to be at the worst times.
Most issues you will find with your water heater revolve around the following problems: a lack of hot water, rust colored water, a rotten egg odor, high pitched or rumbling noises, and water heater leaks. Most of these require low maintenance fixes, such as replacing a part like an element. Other water heaters unfortunately require more high maintenance repairs, such as flushing out your water heater or replacing it completely.
One issue of many hot water heater problems is an eroding anode rod, which is very common. This anode rod protects your hot water heater’s interior lining by dissolving and erosion by “killing” itself in the place of the water heaters’ tank walls. When the corrosion of the anode rod is to great the tank lining begins to erode. This can result in either rusty colored water or a smell like rotten eggs. Because this is one of the most frequent water heater repairs, the water heaters anode rod can be replaced by one of our plumbers cheaply.
Another problematic part being the cause of an issue is inadequate hot water. When a hot water heater stops producing any or little hot water, it is most likely the result of a broken thermocouple or a gas pilot. Moreover, when the water is running cold it is usually because cold and hot water are inter-mixing in the tank. When this happens, you may need a dip tube replacement.
If a broken dip tube is not the cause of your water heater ineffectiveness, it may show that there are cross-connections. Water heaters are usually connected to the same water line, like the other appliances in your home, different water temperatures can often mix together. To see if this is the problem, turn off the water to your gas or electric water heater and turn open the hot water tap faucet. If water starts to flow, this could mean the cold water connection is crossing with the water heaters hot connection and thus you get not enough hot water.
Installing or replacement parts for your water heater is a easy fix. Although, sometimes the repair can be labor intensive if it is a complex repair. One example, is when you flush your water heater out. This job can make a mess and be time consuming if the water heater tank buildup is extensive. If this is the case, a local professional plumber might be the best decision.
Flushing your hot water heater is needed when a lot of sediment builds up causing problems such as leaks, bad smells, and annoying noises. Example, if your hot water heater is making a loud pitched sound, it is mot likely sediment build-up on your electric hot water heating elements.
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If the heating tank unit is making more of a popping noise, or a low rumble this is probably water boiling because a good deal of sediment is growing at the bottom of the water heaters tank. This will make the water get very hot. Either way, the water heater tank is to be flushed with a hose.
I know all these problems can seem overwhelming! Here at Frank Gay Plumbing Services we have licensed plumbers that can repair your water heater for a low cost to your building or property. Sometimes the problem is a result of multiple factors or your water heater may need to replaced. If you think you are dealing with a gas leak, please call a professional plumber. This can prove to be very dangerous, or even fatal. Gas leaks often smell a little bit like garlic. If this problem is present or suspected, turn off your pilot light, close the natural gas shut-off valve, and wait for your local plumber to proceed. Call Frank Gay Services Today for any Hot Water Heater Repair or Installation that you may need. (407) 293-2642
Let’s Take a Quick Look at the Components That Work Together in Your Hot Water Heater to Make Your Morning Shower so Satisfying:
The inner shell of a water heater is a heavy metal tank containing a water protective liner that holds 40 to 60 gallons (151 to 227 liters) of hot water at around 50 to 100 pounds per square inch (PSI), within the pressure range of a typical residential water system. The exterior of the tank is covered in an insulating material like polyurethane foam. Over that, there’s a decorative outer shell and possibly an additional insulating blanket [source: APEC].
Water enters the water heater through the dip tube at the top of the tank and travels to the tank bottom where it’s then heated.
The shut-off valve stops water flow into the water heater. It’s a separate component from the heater located outside and above the unit.
Suspended toward the top of the tank’s interior, the heat-out pipe allows the hot water to exit the water heater.
This is a thermometer- and temperature-control device. Some electric water heaters have a separate thermostat for each element.
Electric water heaters have heating elements inside the tank to heat the water. Gas water heaters use a burner and chimney system instead.
Located near the bottom of the exterior housing, the drain valve makes it easy to empty the tank to replace the elements, remove sediment or move the tank to another location.
Pressure relief valve
This safety device keeps the pressure inside the water heater within safe limits.
Sacrificial anode rod – Made of magnesium or aluminum with a steel core, the sacrificial anode rod is suspended in the water heater tank to help retard corrosion.